The former Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency Bernard Okoe Boye has defended President Akufo Addo. According to him, Akufo Addo Wouldn't have stepped in at the funeral of Sir John if he knows it was going to be crowded.
Bernard Okoe Boye made this statement on the 'New Day' program on TV3 this morning, June 9th, 2021, when he gave his opinion on the disregard for the covid-19 protocols at Sir John's funeral, which President Akufo Addo attended.
According to Okoe Boye, it is regrettable to see the disregard for the covid-19 protocols at Sir John's funeral.
"I can say it from the bottom of my heart that if anybody had presumed that this is what Will Happen at Sir John's funeral, the President Akufo Addo that I sit with at the covid-19 task force meeting wouldn't have stepped in." He said
He added that he is very sure that in the future, President Akufo Addo will make sure that things that lead to this situation at Sir John's funeral wouldn't be repeated.
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